Some details have emerged regarding CBS/Paramount’s Star Trek: The Original Series Season Two Blu-Ray bonus material.
Archive for July, 2009
A Star Trek Spock Transporting Bobble Head doll is now available for pre-order.
As reported by Entertainment Earth, the limited edition Spock Bobble Head features a clear body, that when tapped, lights up.
Only 1,500 of the Spock Bobble Head dolls have been made of the half-Vulcan. The doll is seven inches tall.
Spock Bobble Head is debuting as a Comic-Con 2009 Entertainment Earth exclusive. The doll can be pre-ordered now and will ship at the end of July.
Eric Bana has moved on to other projects after his character Nero was killed off in Star Trek XI, seemingly ruling out any appearance in a sequel.
Two Star Trek: Voyager scripts have been donated by Kate Mulgrew (Janeway) to be auctioned to raise funds for an acting studio.
As reported by Kate Mulgrew’s Official Website Blog, scripts from Star Trek: Voyager: Distant Origin and Star Trek: Voyager: Basics Part I are up for sale at ebay with the proceeds to benefit the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. (more…)
The box art for some of the September Star Trek Blu-ray and DVD movie sets has been released.
As reported by TrekMovie.com, box art for the Star Trek: The Next Generation Motion Picture Collection (both Blu-Ray and DVD) and for the Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection is now online.
These DVD sets will be available on September 22, but have not yet been offered for pre-order.
On July 20, 1969, Mankind took its first baby steps by leaving the home planet and stepping onto the surface of the moon. Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first men to land and walk on the moon, while pilot Michael Collins orbited above them.
More history for the Star Trek: Online MMORPG game has been released, this time for the year 2390.
As reported by Star Trek: Online, the Federation’s relationship with the Klingon Empire is deteriorating, but in spite of that, needs for defense have to be addressed, as raids on civilian ships and settlements along the borders of the Klingon Empire and Gorn Hegemony have risen. (more…)
The 61st Emmy nominations have been announced, and several familiar Star Trek names are on the list.
As reported by Emmys TV, William Shatner has been nominated again for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role of Denny Crane in Boston Legal. This is Shatner’s sixth nomination for his portrayal of Crane. Twice before Shatner has won the Emmy; once in 2004 for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for The Practice, where Denny Crane was first introduced, and again in 2005 in the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category for his portrayal of Crane on Boston Legal. (more…)
A familiar Star Trek author has created an original new story for the video game Shadow Complex, and will sign autographs at the XBOX 360 booth at Comic-Con next Friday.
As reported by teamXBOX, Peter David, well-known to Star Trek fans for his many Star Trek novels, has been revealed as the author for Shadow Complex, a video game based on Orson Scott Card‘s best-selling novel, Empire.
Although Star Trek: Online is set in the “prime universe,” expect some effects from the events of Star Trek XI to impact the game.
As reported by ZAM, Star Trek: Online Executive Producer Craig Zinkievich explained how the changes due to events in Star Trek XI would affect Star Trek: Online. “In the new movie, Romulus is destroyed by a supernova, throwing the Romulan Empire into chaos,” explained Zinkievich. “That’s the event that sets Nero on his path. Destroying the homeworld of one of the major powers in the universe has a big, big effect on everything and everyone around it.” (more…)